What We Learned at bpmCamp: BP3 to Speak at IBM Impact

  • March 23, 2010
  • Scott
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I’m happy to announce that I’ve been invited to speak at IBM Impact / Lombardi Driven – I’ll be sharing what we learned at bpmCamp 2010 @ Stanford, covering several topics from the unconference we held at Stanford at the end of January.  I’ll do my best to boil it down to the highlights for sharing with the community, but I invite anyone who wants to speak more about the contents and learnings from bpmCamp to seek me out directly and initiate a conversation – either at Impact or offline via email.  If you’re interested in helping us organize a bpmCamp in your area, again, let me know – we may be able to work together on it, and I’d love to share the bpmCamp experience with more BPM practitioners in other geographies, or gauge interest for doing a bpmCamp in Austin.

Our session on lessons from bpmCamp is from 3:45 to 4:10 on Monday, May 3rd.  May 3rd has an entire Lombardi Driven or “Lombardi Day” agenda set up with over 20 Lombardi sessions and 100+ BPM sessions overall.  For Lombardi customers and IBM customers and prospects this should be an interesting value proposition.  While Impact runs from May 2-7, a two-day pass would get you to Lombardi Driven plus an extra day to check out the rest of the conference.   We’re planning on attending from May 2 to the 4th, and for anyone that would like to meet and chat in person, please reach out to me via my twitter handle (@sfrancisatx) or email, so we can plan in advance.

I’m looking forward to meeting new faces and reacquainting with familiar faces at Impact.

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